Grateful Dead Live at Greek Theatre - University of California on 1983-05-15
Touch Of Grey
New Minglewood Blues
Ramble On Rose
Brown Eyed Women
Hell In A Bucket
Looks Like Rain ->
Help On The Way ->
Franklin's Tower ->
Samson And Delilah
He's Gone ->
Stella Blue ->
Throwing Stones ->
Not Fade Away
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Greek Theatre - University of CaliforniaLocation Berkeley, CASource 2 Nak 700's > Bass Box EQ > Sony D5 > Sony D5 > Maxell MX 90'sLineage 1st gen Cassette>Sony D5>Tascam Stand Alone burner(tracked on the fly)>EAC> HD>CDR>EAC>.wav files joined, patched(CEP 2.0) & retracked (CD Wave Editor)>TLH>FLAC16. Files encoded @ level 6. Sector boundaries verified with TLH.Taped by UnknownTransferred by Mark McCue and Alex Ford
- d1t07 @ 4:45 patch added (taken from http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=2217) to make Drums complete.
- d2t04 @ 7:51 missing audio in "ashes, ashes all fall down"
- d2t07 contains slight digi noise
- Drums and Space jam with Flora Purim & Airto Moreira
- Not Fade Away with John Cipollina
January 4, 2013
I have to give this one the nod over Rango's recording for this particular show. Too bad it's only the second set. Best H>S>F ever! One of their best performances of the year, even though the setlist was standard for the period.
March 23, 2008
You Got That Right
I never met a Hop>Skip>Franklin that I didn't like. And this one is no exception.
Even though I would prefer a Les Paul, I totally agree with stratocaster, this is a rockin' second set. And a definite sound quality upgrade as well. If you must have the whole show, grab the first set from the other source, but do yourself a favor and DL this second set. It's good to the last drop.
Be groovy to your fellow Heads and hang loose.
February 29, 2008
Although just the second set (first set is standard), it's a nice upgrade...a clearer, definitely louder than the other source available...check out Bob Weir's Dan Healy birthday silliness, Help>Slip>Frank could be the best of the '83 versions, Samson and He's Gone are well done but the set's highlight is the fully developed and realized Stella Blue...this set is an early 80s favorite of mine...I wish I could give it 4.5 stars, it's not quite 5 stars, so i will give it a 4 to be fair